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  1. Letter To The Editor: Yorktown Needs Infrastructure Improvements

    Letter To The Editor: Yorktown Needs Infrastructure Improvements

    YORKTOWN, N.Y. -- Yorktown Daily Voice accepts signed letters to the editor. Send signed letters to Yorktown@dailyvoice.com. To the Editor:In his recent state of the town address, Town Supervisor Michael Grace told us about all the wonderful things that have happened, or are about the happen, in Yorktown.But what he failed to talk about was the condition of our deteriorating roads and ...

  2. Lawsuit: Ex-Westchester Schools Chief Forced Out Over Porn Claims

    Lawsuit: Ex-Westchester Schools Chief Forced Out Over Porn Claims

    WESTCHESTER COUNTY, N.Y. -- A former Yonkers schools superintendent who has filed suit against the district claims Mayor Mike Spano and other city officials forced him from his position by threatening to leak allegations that he used district equipment to order pornographic movies, according to lohud.com.Michael Yazurlo denies the charge, but in a complaint filed last week said that ...

  3. Bandit Is The SPCA Of Westchester's Pet Of The Week

    Bandit Is The SPCA Of Westchester's Pet Of The Week

    BRIARCLIFF MANOR, N.Y. -- Bandit, a 2-year-old dog described as "ridiculously adorable," has been named the SPCA of Westchester's Pet of the Week.Possessing a smile "that will brighten one lucky adopter's every day," Bandit was said to be energetic, friendly and smart, according to the SPCA, which said he ought to do quite well with a bit of training.Though he's been ...

  4. Chappaqua's Clintons Stop By Upstate Diner

    Chappaqua's Clintons Stop By Upstate Diner

    The Clintons made a surprise stop Monday at a Warren Street diner in upstate Hudson, according to the Register-Star.After eating lunch at Grazin' Diner, Former Secretary of State and 2016 Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton told the Register-Star that she and her family stopped in for the "dangerous" French fries.Chelsea Clinton, who was celebrating her 37th ...

  5. Indian Point's Closing Raises New Worries

    Indian Point's Closing Raises New Worries

    ALBANY, N.Y. -- State Democrats and Republicans sought assurances Tuesday that shuttering the Indian Point nuclear power plant will not affect the state's power supply, according to The New York Times.During a hearing in Albany, lawmakers from both parties also wanted to make to sure that local communities would be able to financially weather the closure, according to The Times.The ...

  6. Westchester's Magee, Head Of NY's Most Powerful Teachers' Union, Steps Down

    Westchester's Magee, Head Of NY's Most Powerful Teachers' Union, Steps Down

    The head of New York's most powerful teachers' union said Tuesday that she will step down from her post in April as head of NYSUT, which has 600,000 members.Karen Magee, who once served as head of the Harrison teachers' union in Westchester, said she intends to lead efforts made by other unions to strengthen the role of women in the workplace, according to lohud.com.Magee, 57, was ...

  7. Jon Snow The Cat Is Paws Crossed Pet Of The Week

    Jon Snow The Cat Is Paws Crossed Pet Of The Week

    ELMSFORD, N.Y. -- A domestic short-haired cat looking for a forever home is the Paws Crossed Animal Rescue's Pet of the Week.Jon Snow the cat was found abandoned in a pet carrier, said Pamela Piragnoli, cat manager at Paws Crossed."As you can imagine, he was very timid and scared," she said. "With much love, a good dinner and a warm bed to curl up in, within a day, he had ...

  8. Carlucci Calls For Unity As State Opens Hate Crime Text Line

    Carlucci Calls For Unity As State Opens Hate Crime Text Line

    ROCKLAND COUNTY, N.Y. – State Sen. David Carlucci is urging all Rockland County residents to unite against anti-Semitic behavior in the wake of a recent incident in New Square.The Clarkstown Democrat's pleas come as Ramapo police continue to investigate a Feb. 21 incident during which swastikas and other anti-Semitic graffiti were spray-painted on the exterior fence of a Jewish ...

  9. Woman On Road Trip Tried To Sell Guns For Gas Money In Putnam, Sheriff Says

    Woman On Road Trip Tried To Sell Guns For Gas Money In Putnam, Sheriff Says

    KENT, N.Y. – A 50-year-old woman who allegedly tried to sell an unregistered handgun in Putnam in exchange for gas money is facing misdemeanor charges, according to authorities.Theresa A. Sager of Alfred, Maine, was driving to her home state from Texas when she stopped in Kent to try to sell the weapon at the Precision Armory gun store on Route 52, according the Putnam County Sheriff’s ...

  10. Westchester Mourns Ronald Blackwood, NY's First Elected Black Mayor

    Westchester Mourns Ronald Blackwood, NY's First Elected Black Mayor

    Former Mount Vernon Mayor Ronald Blackwood, the first African-American mayor in New York State, died Wednesday.According to a statement from current Mayor Richard Thomas, Blackwood, 90, served the city with “distinction and honor” for more than a decade.“He was truly a man of the people,” Thomas said. “When he spoke to you, he made you feel as if you were the center of the universe. He ...

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